November 1, 2009

By Chiropractors for Chiropractors Since 1979

Parker Dallas Conference

In Memoriam: Dr. Paul Anthony White, Founder of Nutri-West


By Chiropractors for Chiropractors Since 1979

Three Cheers for The American Chiropractor magazine! Hip, Hip, Hooray! This marks the 30th anniversary for The American Chiropractor in publication, and things have never been more exciting! Our Mission Evolving over the years from its beginning as


Parker Dallas Conference

Dallas, IX | September 24th - 26th, 2009 Continuing the tour for The American Chiropractor magazine. Tracy Busch Pate. Associate Publisher, travels to the Parker Dallas Homecoming! Thursday evening there was an Annual Homecoming and Class Reunion wi


In Memoriam: Dr. Paul Anthony White, Founder of Nutri-West

Dr. Paul A. White passed away suddenly on Saturday. October 17, 2009 at the Wyoming Medical Cen­ter in Casper, Wyoming. Dr. White was born to Francis (Dickenson) White on April 14,1939 in Aberdeen, South Dakota, six hours after his twin sister, Paul


The STATE of the Chiropractic Profession

As The American Chiropractor celebrates its 30 Year Anniversary, our panel of leaders look back on just how far the chiropractic profession has come and what lies ahead. Dr. Louis Sportelli President of NCMIC Dr. Sportelli has served in many capacit


Chronic inflammation -- An Ayurvedic Perspective

The Ayurvedic approach to pain management is a holistic one. When treating a patient with chronic pain, I always advise an integrated approach, and look beyond the outward pain to discover the underlying source. Very often, chronic pain is caused by


Recognizing Drug Induced Nutrient Depletion in Chiropractic Practice

PART1 OF A 2 PART SERIES Abstract: Detrimental effects of drugs on nutrition status are a common occurrence; but, because they usually occur over time (vs. what is considered an adverse event or allergic reac­tion, which occurs quickly), they are se


Prescription Drugs, Muscle Contraction and Subluxations

An important part of every case history, and even on­going case notes, should be knowledge of the patient's prescription and over-the-counter drug use. This has always been important, because drugs mask symptoms and physical find­ings that are impor


Reversing Osteoporosis Naturally with Whole Body Vibration

Bone health is rapidly be­coming one of the most acute health issues in the US. The incidence of osteoporosis has increased dramatically in recent years. Consider these startling facts: • Osteoporosis affects an estimated 10 million Americans over t


Drug-free Approach to Hypertension!

The American Heart Association (AHA) estimates ap­proximately 73 million American adults age 20 and over have hypertension, also known as the "silent killer," because only 60 percent of adults who have hyperten­sion are being treated for it, and two


THE PREVENTABLE CAUSES OF DEATH IN THE UNITED STATES: Comparative Risk Assessment of Dietary, Lifestyle, and Metabolic Risk Factors

PLoS Medicine (Public Library of Science) April 2009 Authors: Goodarz Danaei, Eric L. Ding, Dariush Mozaffarian, Ben Taylor, Jurgen Rehm, Christopher J. L. Murray, Majid Ezzati These authors are from the Harvard School of Public Health and Harvard M

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